Ogden FamilySearch Library

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==== The Ogden FamilySearch Library is divided between 2 buildings.  ====
 
  
=== '''East Building'''  ===
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*[[Image:EastBuilding.jpg|left|250px|EastBuilding.jpg]]'''Room 12 has seating capacity for over 50 people with an instructor's projector.'''
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*'''Room 11 has 16 computers with an instructor's projector.'''
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*'''Room 13 has 18 computers with an instructor's projector.'''
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*'''Room 14 has 31 computers.'''
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*'''Room 15 has 16 computers with&nbsp;an instructor's projector.<br>'''
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=== '''West Building'''  ===
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*'''Room 26 has 9 computers with an instructor's projector,'''
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*'''Room 27 has 15 computers, 12 microfilm &amp; 3 microfiche readers,'''
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*'''Room 28 has 15 computers with an instructor's projector,'''
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*'''66,000 microfilms,&nbsp;10,250 books of which 171 are&nbsp;&nbsp;digital viewable,&nbsp;and&nbsp;3,800 microfiche.'''
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=== '''Databases and Software'''  ===
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<br>:*[http://fhc.familysearch.org/ '''FHC Portal:''']&nbsp;'''This center has access to the FamilySearch Library Portal page on each of the&nbsp; computers, which gives free access in the center to premium family history software and websites that generally charge for subscriptions. Just to name a few of these premium sites are ''Find My Past'', ''World Vital Records'', ''The Geneologist'', ''Ancestry.com''.'''
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===== [https://www.familysearch.org/#form=catalog FamilySearch Library Catalog:] Our computers have access to the Salt Lake FamilySearch Library Catalog, and the Ogden FamilySearch Library has a catalog of all of its books, micro- films and fiche  =====
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.<br>'''We also have other detabase programs for information storing of your genealogical work such as PAF (Personal Ancestral File), Legacy, Roots Magic,&nbsp;Ancestral Quest and Family Insight to name a few. We have the deluxe paid versions at our centre but they are free of charge for our patrons. Other software that is available for patron use includes Get My Ancesters, Personal Historian, AniMap Plus, Family Atlas, the Family History Resource File, and the pedigree Resource File.''' <br>
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=== '''Hardware and Equipment'''  ===
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'''Our center is proud to have approximaetly 140 computers 6 printers 12 micro film readers 3 fiche readers, 6 film readers, 3 scanners, and1 digital film/fiche scanner'''
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Revision as of 21:27, 25 June 2012

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Ogden FamilySearch Library

The Ogden FamilySearch Library's mission is to assist patrons to research ancestors and assemble information from which biographies of ancestors can be written. Over 300 staff members specialize in research methods, skills, and tools for acquiring family history data. A knowledgeable staff helps with processing names for temple work and using modern techniques to prepare multimedia family history presentations.